CIVILIZATION APPROACH TO THE EVOLUTION OF THE VIEWS OF SOCIETY ON DISABILITY

Iryna DEMCHENKO

Abstract


Introduction. The current stage of development of Ukraine – a thorny way of establishment of a democratic state, the main objective of which is to create appropriate conditions for the fullness vital activity and creative self-realization of all segments of civil society, in which people with disabilities need a comprehensive attention and care on the part of social institutions. In the history of mankind is accumulated a great diversity of views of humanistic content for disabled persons, that certifies certain level of civilization development of separate countries, empires, unions and the international community as a whole.

Purpose of the article is an appeal to history of society and state attitude to people with peculiarities in psychophysical development from the standpoint of civilized approach that will make possible to identify and summarize the prerequisites of becoming inclusive education as a socio-pedagogical phenomena.

Results. On the basis of analysis of reference, historic and philosophical, psychological and pedagogical literature is reviewed the evolution of the views of society and the state for persons with specialties of psycho-physical development of a civilized approach as the unity of the progressive process of mankind development, in which distinguishes certain stages of cyclical development of society: the period of the establishment of society, the period of maturity of society, industrial, postindustrial and informational periods.

Conclusion. Thus, periodization of the evolution of views of society for persons with features of psycho-physical development of a point of view of civilized approach the subject of research interest is not only one of some aspect of human existence, rather the combination of all forms of life activity of a certain society – material, moral, ideological, cultural, political, legal, religious, educational, developmental and so on.


Keywords


civilization approach; evolution; inclusion; disability; integration; evolution; periodization; views of society.

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